Heartland Reserve Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

 No Heartland Reserve recalls to date. The brand may have been discontinued

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Brand Name: Heartland Reserve
Product Lines: Heartland Reserve Lamb, Dried Carrots, Green Beans, and Apples for dogs, Heartland Reserve Turkey, Dried Cranberries, Carrots, and Green Beans for dogs, Heartland Reserve Oceanfish and Mackerel with Carrots and Red and Yellow Peppers for dogs, Heartland Reserve Chicken and Beef Rolls
Company: Heartland Reserve Country Naturals
Headquarters: Thailand

Heartland Reserve Company Overview

Heartland Reserve is manufactured by USPET Nutrition, LLC. The company was founded in 2010 and is said to use high-quality and unique ingredients in its pet foods. The company maintains that it uses the expertise of formulators and veterinary nutritionists to design its products, which are sold in cans, pouches, and plastic containers.

Although operating under quality-control procedures, the manufacturing facility is located in Thailand with no specific information as to where or how the ingredients are sourced.
Currently, there is no available information or online presence for Heartland Reserve pet food, suggesting the brand may have been discontinued.

Has There Ever Been a Heartland Reserve Recall?

There has never been a Heartland Reserve Recall, according to our research.

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